Our website is absolutely chocked full of bikes, components, apparel, and accessories. We've created the Jenson Blog as a tool for cyclists to learn all about the ins-and-outs of the bike world. Use our guides, how-to's, and reviews to navigate the immense options of bike parts or just a bit of two-wheeled entertainment.
When my favorite pair of do-it-all travel shoes, the Five Ten Access shoes, started to reach the end of their life after many very dependable years, I began hunting for a replacement for them only to be met with a very limited selection. I wanted one shoe that could be the only pair I'd bring on trips that would let me bike, hike, run, and just walk about, so I could pack light. Luckily, Adidas Five Ten had introduced a successor to the Access shoe that looked promising. I picked up a pair on my way to the Sea Otter Classic and immediately put them to the test. Head into the Jenson USA blog to read my review.
Have you ever looked at all the mountain bike apparel options out there and thought, "I don't even know where to begin?" That's totally understandable. There are a myriad of options out there. Even just within a single brand the number of options to choose from can be overwhelming, so we reached out to Fox Racing and asked them to help us craft some simple guides to show off the awesome features of their wide range of MTB apparel, and identify the key types of riders who would match up with their various apparel offerings. In these videos join Fox's own, Mark Finely, as he takes you on a quick tour of the Fox Flexair lineup of MTB apparel and shares the details and features that make these riding kit perfect for all-day riding.
Get a glimpse of 3 time World Champion Loic Bruni shaking down his new bike and his fresh riding kit from Fox as he preps for the 2021 World Cup series. It all starts with the search for the proper base settings. He works to find the balance as he sessions a local trail in Barcelona, Spain. Keeping it fun and focusing on progress are the keys to success for Loic.
Riding bikes is loads of fun, but occasionally we fall off our bikes and when that happens, it is highly important to have a bike helmet protecting one of our most sensitive and crucial parts of our bodies. Current generations of bike helmets are lighter and more comfortable than ever before while still providing heaps of brain protection. There are many other factors to consider when choosing a bike helmet that are important to know about and we want to make sure you can go from shopping to riding as soon as possible. This guide is here to help you in choosing the right fit, style, and functions of your bike helmet to match your needs whether your an enduro racer, casual cruiser, or a elite road rider.
Ride Concepts made a big splash when they dropped their initial lineup of MTB shoes. That lineup continues to grow and impress. Their latest addition to their bike shoe lineup is aimed at the dirt jump, BMX and slopestyle segments where pedal feel is crucial. Bringing technical features to a lifestyle shoe design, the Vice looks to offer the best in ride performance while still able to be worn as an all-day kick around shoe. Will Ride Concepts be able to shake up another segment of riding with their new Vice shoes? Check out the details below from Ride Concepts's Vice press release.
7iDP has delivered a long history of well-designed protective gear. Their Project.23 full-face mountain bike helmet continues that legacy and elevates it to a new level. Focused on safety, comfort, weight, and good looks, they've created a helmet safe enough for DH laps, but comfortable enough enduro laps at your local trail center. Check out the details of this new helmet line that includes carbon and glass fibre models, plus a upcoming ABS model.
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